Why face your pile?

* Eliminate pile undermining

* Reduce spoilage  

* Reduce shrink (dry matter loss)
* Blend forage before the feed mixer
* Breaks up large chunks
* Remove only what is needed for that day
* Seal out oxygen

Why choose the Easyrake?

*Face all the way to the ground not half way

* Not having hydraulic hoses to hook up saves you 2,920 times in and out of loader cab each year- 4 trips up and down for each feeding 

* Many operators pull tires off the top of bunker with Easy Rake

* Can cut through plastic- reducing the need to work near the silage cliff

* Producers love using them

* Can reach heights up to 40'

* Safe and maintenance free
* Greatly reduces facing time
* Works great on any pile, bunker, bag
* Patented & Designed by dairymen 8 years of development
* Easy to ship and no assembly required
* No moving parts
* 1 year limited warranty


Here are some tips to be safe around silage: 
#1 DO NOT OVERFILL! Do not pile forage any higher than what your loader and Easy Rake can reach safely.  
#2 Use care when removing tires, plastic covers, and spoiled feed from the top edge of the face. Stay at least three feet from the edge, and approach carefully with minimaldisturbance. 
#3 Avoid undercutting silage during removal, and keep the face as smooth as possible. Undercutting can form a cantilevered edge. 
#4 Do not use lifting methods on the face during removal, as this can cause fissures which destabilize the face. 
#5 If more silage is added to an existing pile or bunker, always remove the plastic cover before adding it. Never put more silage on top of the plastic, as this silage can easily slide down the plastic and become an avalanche during silage removal.
#6 Stay away from the silage face during removal or sampling, and do not allow people near the face, especially while someone else is on top removing plastic or tires.
#7 When sampling, take the sample(s) from the loader bucket after moving it a sufficient distance from the silage face.
#8 Do not park or exit vehicles near the face.